Are you compliant with the current web accessibility requirements in Ontario? Are you prepared to meet the WCAG 2.0 Level AA requirements for all web content as well as internet and intranet websites, that will take effect on January 1, 2021?
Our Upcoming Webinar “Preparing for Ontario’s Upcoming Web Accessibility Requirements (AODA)”, hosted alongside our partner, Siteimprove, will give you tactics for becoming compliant with the AODA web accessibility guidelines. Let us help your business improve revenue, customer engagement, and user experience for people with varying abilities, by implementing a digital accessibility roadmap and setting web accessibility standards within your organization.
At the end of the session, attendees will have a better understanding of:
- What is web accessibility
- What specific changes need to be made to your current design
- Challenges and myths surrounding web accessibility within organizations
- Building your accessibility roadmap with user experience in mind
- Web accessibility tips to get started
Our subject matter experts will provide you with the knowledge that you need to become compliant with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) and its web accessibility requirements, while empowering your organization to create a culture that is inclusive to all customers and employees.
Preparing for Ontario's Web Accessibility Requirements (AODA)
Free, on-demand web accessibility webinar
Learn where to begin your web accessibility journey and get ahead of the 2021 AODA compliance deadline.
Meet Our Experts
Our experts, OPIN's Rune Nielsen, Product Owner and Siteimprove's Jennifer Chadwick, Lead Accessibility Strategist for North America will guide you through everything you need to know to become compliant with Ontario's AODA web accessibility regulations.
With seven years of experience, he has worked with governments and private companies ranging from small companies to two Fortune 500 companies. With skills that span across consulting and advisory services, Business Transformation, Enterprise Architecture, and Software Development. His experience covers research projects in a bank and telecommunications company, digital transformational projects in healthcare, governments, financial regulators and optimizing processes in software development teams. He thrives on helping companies work smarter with technology to give more business value.
Jennifer is Siteimprove's Lead Accessibility Strategist and Consultant for North America. She drives business strategy for the Accessibility platform in the US and Canada, and guides the development of new accessibility initiatives based on end-user needs. A UX designer, developer, and certified usability analyst for over 14 years, she has helped organizations to create their roadmap for accessibility through a process of adopting, implementing, and delivering inclusive design practices into their operations and culture.